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Doors Open Baltimore


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Library Branch No. 3

1401 Light St Baltimore, MD 21230

The brick and stone building at 1401 Light Street is one of four original structures of the Enoch Pratt Free Library System, all designed in a Richardsonian Romanesque style by noted architect Charles Carson. The library opened on Feb. 27, 1886 and served the city for close to a century before being replaced by a modern branch at 1251 Light Street. The library was sold by the city as surplus and had been a private residence and a gallery before being turned into an event space run by Church & Company.

Photos by: Brian Miller, Full Circle Fine Art Services

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